Charleston, W.Va. -- Secretary of State Natalie E. Tennant appeared on PBS Monday, discussing budget cuts, election law, possible legislation, and her first year in office.
Beth Vorhees interviewed Tennant during "The Legislature Today," a program that focuses on daily updates from the West Virginia Legislature.
Tennant discussed a plan she calls the poll worker incentive bill, which would give a tax break to people who serve as poll workers.
The two also discussed important dates for candidates who want to file for office, cuts to the state budget, and Tennant's first year as Secretary of State.
The entire live interview can be seen by clicking on the above video.